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Friday, June 22, 2007

Georgia Carnival 12

Welcome to the 12th edition of the Georgia Carnival. Please support these fine Georgia bloggers by letting them know you have visited them with a comment, and please continue to support the carnival with your links and shout-outs at your site to alert others to what we Georgia bloggers have to offer.

Politics and Law

Where have you been if you aren’t familiar with the Genarlo Wilson saga? There have been many posts and many more comments on various sites this week…….here's the latest posted by Erick at Peach Pundit

I’m Convinced Dick Cheney Needs to be Impeached….so says Andre over at Georgia Politics Unfiltered.

Financial Knowledge

Tushar from Life of a Resident Alien offers You Know You're In Financial Trouble If..., Getting the Best Deal on AirFares, and Understanding How Bonds Work.


Are you lonely? Pastor Bill from Provocative Church wants you to know that Loneliness Can Kill You...

Humor and Introspection

I'm thinking that the Front Porch Tearoom in Perry, GA has never had an ass as hairy as mine sit in their chairs. In fact, I'm sure of it.

…and that’s how Savannah Red makes his Georgia Carnival debut with a very insightful post about women and their secret powers. Yeah, we got ‘em!

Head on over and see how this husband survived a visit to The Front Porch Tearoom in Perry, Georgia. (…and yes, before you wonder…Savannah Red had been added to the Georgia blogroll).

From Yellow Rose’s Garden Cute Things Kids Say in Church.

Are you a quick change artist? How many different hats do you wear in one day? Ellie Bee at What Now? shares a a quick video and a list of her different hats during the day.

Living in a Techie World

Many in the Georgia Blogosphere throw about terms like social media at will and that leaves me to feel ancient and eons behind the technology curve. What a Concept! Gives a little insight into social media, virtual worlds, and lifelogging in the post The Metaverse: Virtual Worlds and Lifelogging

Shelbinator confesses: Well, I knew this would happen. Trying to reach out and touch so many people, so many all at once, most of whom are complete strangers, in a reckless, just-for-kicks, damn-the-consequences little internet tryst is finally catching up with me. I have the Ronpes.

Gee, Shelbinator…I hope it’s not catching.

See what he’s talking about in his post That Boy Gets Around Hint Hint


It may be summer, but education news simply doesn’t stop. Did you hear a middle school recently banned all touching between students including high fives, etc.? Here is Splitcat Chintzibobs take on the whole thing in his post Mid Week Miscellany: The Wiggles and Pirates Too

Great Summer Reads

Susie over at Susie Pie provides a well written book review on Peony in Love. I’m intrigued and will take a look just because of her mention of the Chinese afterworld. Hmmmmmm……

Mel over at Blog For Democracy has posted a reference to a new book called The Political Brain by an Emory professor. Click over to The Political Brain for the details concerning a free book signing event at Manuel’s Tavern on June 25th.

Otter from Grasping For the Wind provides a book review for The Road.


Ruthlace gives us a look back at Class Relations in the 1930s. This is an interesting look back at mill town mentality and other memories of life during a time that seems to have disappeared. Have we really come a long way since then? What do you think?

The next edition of the carnival will be found here two weeks from today. Posts can be sent to or use the handy submission form.

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